6/2/13 — Audio Saucepan: “The Episode in the Meadow” includes the poems “Spring” by Virgil with translation by David Ferry (from Bewilderment, University of Chicago Press); “Atlas Peak” by Brian Teare (from Companion Grasses, Omnidawn), and “Exercise” by W.S. Merwin (from Migration, Copper Canyon Press)
June 2, 6 a.m. -- North of Pecos, the Tres Lagunas fire grew to 6,200 acres yesterday while the Thompson Ridge fire Northwest of Santa Fe in the Jemez Mountains jumped to 1,200 acres. Coming reports are expected to show that both grew overnight, fanned by heavy winds.
June 1, 11 a.m. -- Two fires burning to the East and West of Santa Fe have grown in size.
On Friday's midday report: The latest on that fire just north of Pecos… With the area facing the worst drought in a century, what are wildlife doing for water. We’ll find out how to deal with animals that try to get a drink in your backyard…What to do about New Mexicans poorly prepared financially…And the Social Security disability insurance program faces a bleak 2016...headlines...60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen...
The nearby Tres Lagunas Fire has been less active in the overnight hours but weather conditions today are not expected to be helpful, says Dan Ware with the State Forestry Division…***clip The 500 acre blaze 10 miles north of Pecos has prompted evacuations of some 134 seasonal homes in the area. The fire continues to burn to the north along both sides of highway 63. Some 200 personnel are currently assigned to the scene. The fire broke out Thursday afternoon, thought to have been started by a downed power line.